Trinity Silom

Address: 150 Soi Phiphat 2, Bangkok, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 150 Soi Phiphat 2, Bangkok, is near Lumphini Park, Rajawongse Clothier, Chinatown, and State Tower.
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4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

Travel Blogs from Bangkok

Bangkok Symphony Orchestra and the Park

A travel blog entry by arrio.hoffman on Jan 04, 2015

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... weighed more than ten pounds. I went over to the grassy area near it and took a picture, then Shaun called my name and pointed. I almost dropped my camera and lost my balance- I was so surprised. Sitting or laying in the grass no more than another fifty feet from where I was a lizard. A monitor, to be exact. I hurriedly ran over to my friends, where we observed wide-eyed the amphibious animal which sat furtively eyeing us in the grass. It looked like a Komodo dragon. It must've ...

And then there were three (Thailand)

A travel blog entry by charliedaniel on Nov 24, 2014

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... had a good catch up on their adventures in India and I even ate a scorpions leg, I was no where near brave enough to eat a whole one but at least this way technically I can say that I have eaten scorpion! The final day was leisurely as we visited yet another Buddha which is solid gold and has recently been rehoused in a brand new temple. Across the river is Wat Arun which you reach by boat. There we climbed the steep steps for the view before buying a huge cup of the best ice tea I ...

The palace

A travel blog entry by ceciliag on Nov 11, 2014

... for all, and arrived shortly thereafter. It was very nice. We then returned to the river via a side lane beside Wat Arun. A short boat ride back across the river and we walked back to our hotel. We lazed around the room for an hour or so, then we went to the restaurant in the hotel for a lovely meal. It was reasonably priced as well. After that we walked down the road to Swensons for an ice cream fix. Back to the hotel, and after a bit of internetting, we all turned in for the ...

One Night in Bangkok

A travel blog entry by mdpoliak on Aug 12, 2014

... walked. Kaitlin needed a bathroom, Mike needed air conditioning, and Amanda needed a drink. Just as we were losing hope we found a Mexican cantina that had a live band. At this point, we should note that we had wandered into an area that our travel book described as "so gay it makes San Francisco look like rural Texas." Our waitress was a lovely "lady" who was Johnny-on-the-spot with our ...

A travel checklist

A travel blog entry by crashdot on Jun 22, 2014

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... to hold results of shopping. X (no need, props to High Sierra for a remarkably accommodating bag, and Thai Airways and EVA for not minding all the plastic bags hanging from it)

  • Get sick from street food. X (yet again dodged that intestinal bullet)
  • Watch futbol games. √
  • Get personalized treatment a second time at TAIPEI airport. √
  • Sleep. X (something had to ...

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